The Greens have released an 18-point policy plan they say will stamp out tax avoidance by multinationals and raise at least AU$1.69 billion in additional revenue.

Innovation Minister Christopher Pyne appears to be floating plans for a tobacco tax hike.

New figures show the value of Australia's natural wealth has nearly doubled.

Taxpayers’ funds will be used to pay entitlements to Queensland Nickel workers.

A single Australian teenage taxpayer contributed over $500,000 to government coffers in 2013/14.

Public servants at the federal government's only majority-Aboriginal agency have been offered just half the pay rise available to bureaucrats in majority-non-Aboriginal departments.

The WA Transport Minister could be dragged into an ASIC investigation of suspicious share trading.

Sub-contractors who worked on expanding the Perth Airport say they have been left short by the problem-plagued project.

Administrators say Clive Palmer’s Queensland Nickel made “significant” uncommercial transactions for the benefit of its directors before it collapsed.

The release of the #PanamaPapers has added more weight to claims of dodgy practices at one of the world’s biggest banks.

Former Liberal leader John Hewson says the next global recession could be caused by climate change.

Media investigations suggest the Federal Government could write off billions of dollars of higher education loans.

Wilson Security has become the target of public outrage after a series of recent revelations.

Between $2.5 trillion and $24.2 trillion of global financial assets could be at risk due to climate change.

The Federal Government wants to override the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT) to delay the introduction of new minimum payment rates for trucking contractors.

Queensland’s Palaszczuk government has granted the final major approval for the controversial Carmichael coal project in Central Queensland.

Governments tend to shower new roads, railway and other infrastructure on marginal electorates, but a new report says this pork-barrelling is creating a major drag.

Unions want an increase of $30 per week in the minimum wage, but that is three times more than the retail industry says it can afford.

Reports say INPEX is trying to renege on an agreement for $30 million worth of environmental projects.

ANZ has been forced to refund 25,000 customers approximately $5 million after it failed to properly apply some fee reductions and fee waivers.

NBN's chief executive Bill Morrow says he has visited the homes of tech giants Google and Facebook, and confirmed that people do not want fibre optic internet at home.

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